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Saturday 2/17/2018Line$ LineOU LineScore




NEVADA (22 - 5) at UTAH ST (14 - 13)
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Saturday, 2/17/2018 6:00 PM
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588UTAH ST149.5150
NEVADA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games22-5+113-1213-1382.738.146.8%36.371.232.142.5%35.5
Road Games10-4-3.76-77-780.336.345.7%36.470.632.243.0%34.9
Last 5 Games4-1+1.13-21-483.237.245.3%35.475.038.043.9%37.0
Conference Games11-2+4.55-84-983.237.544.7%35.873.534.342.7%37.5
NEVADA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)82.738.128-5946.8%9-2439.7%18-2475.2%36816176104
vs opponents surrendering7132.825-5743.8%7-2134.8%14-1972.0%34813196133
Team Stats (Road Games)80.336.327-5945.7%10-2442.4%16-2275.2%36814185114
Stats Against (All Games)71.232.126-6042.5%7-2430.6%13-1870.5%36912205133
vs opponents averaging74.734.926-5845.5%8-2235.8%14-2071.8%35914186133
Stats Against (Road Games)70.632.225-5943.0%6-2130.4%13-1969.9%35911185123

UTAH ST - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-13-0.312-129-1473.134.045.8%33.672.036.044.1%34.1
Home Games10-3+1.76-57-479.234.348.9%33.869.533.642.6%33.4
Last 5 Games3-2+3.43-21-470.634.448.0%28.073.636.447.2%32.2
Conference Games7-7+2.28-66-872.233.846.2%31.574.937.146.1%33.6
UTAH ST Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)73.134.025-5545.8%9-2536.9%13-1969.8%34814185132
vs opponents surrendering73.334.126-5844.7%7-2135.1%14-2071.0%35813196133
Team Stats (Home Games)79.234.327-5648.9%10-2639.3%14-2168.9%34816176122
Stats Against (All Games)72.036.025-5744.1%8-2235.4%14-1875.3%34813186123
vs opponents averaging75.635.527-5944.9%8-2335.5%15-2072.3%36914196133
Stats Against (Home Games)69.533.624-5742.6%8-2235.9%13-1776.1%33813196133
Average power rating of opponents played: NEVADA 75.4,  UTAH ST 73.8
NEVADA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017NEW MEXICO77-74W-14L156.5U25-5743.9%32527-6342.9%4114
1/6/2018@ AIR FORCE86-75W-13L145O29-5552.7%321429-5552.7%2511
1/13/2018UTAH ST83-57W-13W150.5U27-6144.3%41623-7032.9%4714
1/17/2018@ SAN JOSE ST71-54W-17.5L142U21-5240.4%341221-5736.8%3116
1/20/2018BOISE ST74-68W-6.5L148U24-6040.0%371127-6442.2%4015
1/24/2018@ WYOMING103-104L-3L156O32-7443.2%371131-6448.4%4617
1/31/2018FRESNO ST102-92W-7W147O33-5658.9%29532-5558.2%2611
2/3/2018@ COLORADO ST76-67W-12L153.5U21-5836.2%381221-5538.2%3912
2/10/2018SAN DIEGO ST83-58W-5.5W151.5U28-6046.7%42921-6233.9%3511
2/14/2018@ BOISE ST77-72W3W150.5U28-5848.3%36928-7040.0%408
2/17/2018@ UTAH ST              
2/21/2018SAN JOSE ST              
2/25/2018COLORADO ST              
2/28/2018@ UNLV              
3/3/2018@ SAN DIEGO ST              

UTAH ST - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/30/2017@ SAN DIEGO ST59-79L10L142.5U21-4843.7%271929-6544.6%3610
1/3/2018FRESNO ST81-79W2W140.5O27-5549.1%371432-6251.6%2810
1/6/2018@ UNLV85-78W9.5W154.5O31-5952.5%361031-6647.0%348
1/10/2018COLORADO ST75-84L-7.5L144O24-5742.1%351725-5446.3%3511
1/13/2018@ NEVADA57-83L13L150.5U23-7032.9%471427-6144.3%416
1/17/2018@ BOISE ST67-71L10W143U26-5250.0%301427-5846.6%258
1/24/2018AIR FORCE71-49W-9W140U26-5250.0%371118-5532.7%339
1/27/2018@ FRESNO ST65-62W8.5W139.5U23-5244.2%24722-4944.9%3915
1/31/2018NEW MEXICO89-80W-3W144O31-5556.4%321329-6048.3%2510
2/7/2018@ WYOMING65-83L5L149U21-5240.4%301429-5850.0%349
2/10/2018BOISE ST71-65W3W142.5U27-5648.2%251025-5446.3%3516
2/14/2018@ NEW MEXICO63-78L5.5L148.5U20-3951.3%292330-6546.2%289
2/24/2018@ AIR FORCE              
2/28/2018@ SAN JOSE ST              
No. 24 Nevada plays at Utah State

The Nevada Wolf Pack seems to have finally gotten the hang of being ranked in the Top 25.

Eric Musselman's Nevada squad had gone 0-for-4 the first three times it had been in the Top 25 this season. But the Wolf Pack finally won while being ranked and the 25-point win over San Diego State gave voters enough reason to keep the Mountain West leaders in the rankings.

The Wolf Pack started the week at No. 24. A road game at Boise State with a chance to send a message to the second-place Broncos would be the true test for Nevada.

The Wolf Pack passed the exam with flying colors in a hostile environment.

Jordan Caroline sealed the win for Nevada (22-5, 11-2 in the Mountain West) with two free throws with 39 seconds left. At the end of the game, Caroline sent a message to the Boise State student section.

"I blew some kisses at them and told them goodbye," Caroline told the Reno Gazette-Journal with a smile. "It was a great feeling. They were talking, so I felt like we had to win. It was a tough game, they're a great team, but it was a fun one."

Musselman had a different kind of message as the win put the Wolf Pack in a solid position to win the Mountain West.

A letdown on the road against Utah State (14-13, 7-7) on Saturday could open the door back up for Boise State. Despite a career-high 33 points from sophomore guard Sam Merrill, the Aggies committed a season-high 23 turnovers and lost to New Mexico on the road.

Merrill brushed aside his accomplishment and looked at the bottom line -- an Aggie loss.

"Too many times we guarded for 25 seconds, and they (Lobos) would get an offensive rebound or we would foul them or they would hit an open 3," he told the Herald (Logan, Utah) Journal. "I thought we had an opportunity to create some separation when they were missing shots, but all those turnovers held us back."

The Aggies will continue to be aggressive, head coach Tim Duryea said. Heading down the homestretch of conference play, Utah State still can earn a first-round bye in the conference tournament.

But the Aggies can keep turning the ball over.

"We got a little lucky; we challenged some shots," Duryea said after the loss to the Lobos. "We came in down two at half, and we are shooting 54 percent and they are shooting 39 percent. Then you look at the turnover column. That kept them in the game. If we don't turn the ball over, we probably have an eight- or 10-point lead."

Musselman has reason to worry the Wolf Pack might not be able to pressure the Aggies as well as New Mexico.

Nevada will be without starting guard Lindsey Drew, who ruptured his right Achilles against Boise State.

"I couldn't even be around him because I was so devastated, because I love him so much," Musselman said. "Things happens in basketball and we have to regroup."

Nevada will miss his 8.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game, but Musselman said "we have five games left in the regular season and we'll have to figure out a way."

Leading scorer Caleb Martin (19.5 points per game) also has been dealing with a sprained foot, but has been able to play through the discomfort.

That leaves the Wolf Pack with only seven scholarship players.

"We're a pretty tough group and we have great belief," Musselman said.

The Wolf Pack defeated the Aggies earlier this season when Kendall Stephens came off the bench and scored 19 points in an 83-57 win at Lawlor Events Center in Reno.

Merrill at 6-foot-5, 210-pounds has the size to give the Wolf Pack fits. But in the first game, the Wolf Pack defense held Merrill to five points.

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